In this question there was a lot of commentary in relation to the original form of the question.
The question was heavily edited and morphed into a completely different question, rendering all the commentary (or very nearly all of it) obsolete as it related to prior issues that no longer exist.
Since I helped with the clarification and editing of the question, once it had been done I marked a great deal of the commentary obsolete. Much of that was declined by whomever reviewed it.
I cannot understand this- originally they were valid comments, but are no longer valid since the original issues have been completely removed from the question and will only confuse future readers who will be unable to see what they refer to.
Would the person who declined them care to explain the rationale behind leaving them there?